News: Colby (11 Nov 1886)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Briggs, Brooks, Bryden, Cheek, Coleman, Driese, Fischer, Joyce, Kennedy, Neumeister, Roth, Spann, Woodbury

----Source: The Abbotsford Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 11/14/2012

Originally printed in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, November 11, 1886.

Henry Fischer, J. P. Briggs and Phil Cheek, Jr., will be at Colby Hall, November 17.

C. A Driese is getting the material on the ground for a building 18 X 28, 12 foot posts.

Levi Woodbury is having a new barn, 30 X 50,built on his lot immediately in back of the store.

Fred Roth has again taken possession of his blacksmith shop and is prepared to do all work in his line.

C. L. Coleman is putting in a camp on section 35, adjoining Chris Spann’s place, Jim Kennedy is foreman.

An order for 50 prohibition tickets and 20 kegs of beer was sent to Grand Rapids from a neighboring town.

Jas. Bryden of Greenwood is putting in a camp on section 19, one mile east in this town and will put in 2.5 million (board feet) of pine for Brooks & Joyce.

Another invoice of horse blankets of the best quality has just been received at Herman Neumeister’s harness shop and have been marked right down to the very lowest figure. Call early and get a good selection.



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